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unit identification code

A six-character, alphanumeric code that uniquely identifies each Active, Reserve, and National Guard unit of the Armed Forces. Also called UIC.
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Talks resumed between UIC United Faculty and school officials Monday afternoon, a university spokeswoman said.
After being upgraded in term of rating the UIC's associate APNA Microfinance Bank's management has planned to offer more shares to its shareholders.
Participating clubs saw AAK Fairlanes, AAK Dojo, AAK UIC, UM Davao, UM Tagum, Renshinkan Karate Club, Shorin Chi, Inawayan Karate Club and Shutokia Mati Karatedo Team.
According to the deal, the UIC will provide insurance cover to agriculture and livestock farmers so that they can be saved from losses.
Mohammadzadeh invited the member states of the International Union of Railways (UIC) to set up a joint railway company.
He says that UIC's history on the North Slope is primarily in supporting exploration and not production.
Despite all that, UIC continued to grow here in North America, thanks to higher technology combined with more and better R&D, and the strongest commitment to customer service in the industry.
The event was held in presence of ADX Chief Executive, Rashed Al Blooshi, UIC Board Member, Nawwaf Ghobash, and senior management from both sides, as well as a number of registered brokers in ADX.
It is evident from the financial statistics that UIC's performance accelerated during the period of nine months September 30, 2016.
Taseko Mines (TSX:TKO) (NYSE MKT:TGB) reported on Wednesday the receipt of the final required permit, the Underground Injection Control (UIC) permit, to construct and operate the Phase 1 Test Facility at its Florence Copper Project in Florence, Arizona.
KUWAIT, Aug 29 (KUNA) -- The Union of Investment Companies (UIC) has signed an agreement with Almuwazi.com company stipulating swap of information about companies under jurisdictions of the Capital Markets Authority (CMA).